One of the most pervasive myths about Muslims is that they’re either at least mildly supportive of Islamic extremism, or ambivalent to it. The truth is exactly the opposite.
From a Canadian perspective – indeed, a Western perspective in general – the idea that Christians are particularly persecuted is hogwash, to put it mildly. But a new release from Pew Research Center challenges that. What’s going on here?
Back in 2015, Pew Research Center released a massive report giving extensive projections on the growth of religions across the world between 2010 and 2050. Among the headline findings was that the Nones – those not part of any religion – would decline as a proportion of the global population … Continue reading
Pew Research Centre recently released the results of a group of surveys asking respondents worldwide a question about what “national identity” requires. Canada was included in their results.
Another major public opinion research group released another major report last week (the first being the Angus Reid Institute’s report on Faith in Canada). This time it was the Pew Research Center, but their report is not another survey. They collected demographic data from 2,500 censuses and large-scale surveys from … Continue reading
Today, the Pew Research Center released a survey report that shows that many people around the world think that belief in God is necessary to be a moral person. Pew correlated this belief with age as well as levels of income and education: the younger you are, the less likely … Continue reading